Easter wine?

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My choice for the same type meal is a lightly oaked Merlot. After dinner, an oaked Shiraz. Both made in 2015. And I always have Riesling for those that don,t like red. Happy Easter Jim.

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Well I also lean towards Pinot or rose, but our rule is: if you like it, drink it!
 

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We're having the traditional Easter dinner - ham, sweet potatoes, etc. what varietal would you put your table with dinner??
I am sure it is too late, but I would serve a Gewurtztraminer with that. Or a dry Riesling.
 
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Simalar dinner here. No sweet potatoes.
Pink wine with pink ham. Bottled yesterday.
Began as a cyser
Added cranberry (emulsion? ) to secondary.
Finished ????? Something missing.
Racked over lees of jaom and allowed to clear.

The local zinfandel I had at dinner last night a local fairly upscale resturant had nothing on it, as it is now.
Lemoncello for after dinner.

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